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American colonial period

  1. 1. American Colonial Period1888 - 1945<br />
  2. 2. Influences <br />Diet<br />ham and eggs, oatmeal, sandwiches, hotdogs, steak . . .<br />Coffee, beer, whisky . . .<br />American – brand cigarettes<br />
  3. 3. Influences <br />Dress<br />pants with suspenders or belts, coat and tie, polo shirts, hats, leather / tennis shoes . . .<br />skirts, high-heeled shoes, fancy hats, stockings, perfume, lotion, false eyelashes, cosmetics<br />
  4. 4. Influences <br />Emancipation of Women<br />study in universities<br />acquire higher education<br />choose and practice any profession<br />participate in politics<br />vote and be voted for public office<br />
  5. 5. Influences <br />Popular Education<br />first school opened in Corregidor Island<br />August 23, 1901 – USS Thomas arrived with 600 American teachers<br />free education<br />
  6. 6. Influences <br />Filipino Pensionados<br />1903 – 100 Filipinos were sent to America as government pensionados to study in American colleges and universities<br />Jose Abad Santos, Francisco Benitez, Honoria Acosta Sison, Jorge Bocobo, Francisco Delgado<br />
  7. 7. Influences <br />Filipino Literature in English<br />Filipino in material / sentiment but expressed in a foreign language<br />New generation of writers portrayed the glories of our land, the thoughts and feelings of our race, and the problems of their times in English<br />
  8. 8. Influences <br />Filipino Literature in English<br />Poet – Fernando Maramag<br />Short story – ClemenciaJoven<br />Novel – ZoiloGalang<br />Journalism – Carlos Romulo<br /> (Pulitzer prize – International reporting, 1942)<br />
  9. 9. Influences <br />Vernacular Literature <br />Claro Caluya – Prince of Ilocos Poets<br />Mona Crisologo – greatest Iloco dramatist<br />Leon Pichay – Iloco poet laureate<br />Mena PecsonCrisologo – “Mining WenoAyattiKararwa”<br />
  10. 10. Influences <br />Vernacular Literature <br />Visayas – Magdalena Jalandoni and Ramon Muzones<br />Tagalog – Francisco Balagtas and Jose Corazon de Jesus <br />
  11. 11. Influences <br />The Plays<br />Moro-moro was replaced by zarzuela<br />Pag-ibigsaTinubuangLupa – PascualPoblete<br />TanikalangGinto – Juan Abad<br />Malaya – Tomas Remigio<br />Kahapon, Ngayon, at Bukas – Aurelio Tolentino<br />WalangSugat – Severino Reyes<br />
  12. 12. Influences <br />Journalism<br />Bounding Billow<br />Philippine Herald<br />Tribune<br />La Vanguardia<br />Taliba<br />Liwayway, Bisaya, Hiligaynon, Bannawag<br />
  13. 13. Influences <br />Fine Arts<br />Modern schools, theaters, hotels, stores, houses with American architectural lines<br />Buildings with elevators, air-conditioning systems, and electrical gadgets<br />
  14. 14. Influences <br />Music<br />American Jazz and swing music<br />American dances<br />
  15. 15. Influences <br />Science<br />Modern techniques and research in medicine, pharmacy, biology and other sciences and technology<br />National Research Council<br />
  16. 16. Influences <br />Fiestas and Holidays<br />Continued celebration of the annual Spanish fiestas and other Christian holidays<br />
  17. 17. Influences <br />Americas Contribution to Nationalism<br />Permitted us to display our own Philippine flag<br />Played our national anthem<br />Celebrated our national heroes’ day<br />Enjoyed freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly and pet<br />

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